Last week was a crazy busy week at our house. With our adoption homestudy home visit taking place later this month, I took some time off work to accomplish a very ambitious list of projects around the house. The days
Right on cue, the sugar snap peas I planted just prior to our last May snowstorm have been popping up throughout the last week. Our weather is still somewhat on the cool side, so progress is slow and steady, but at
Okay, so May is starting out with a winter storm warning; but when it’s over, I’ll have pea shoots. I think I win.
If a photo is worth a thousand words, then this will be the easiest ten thousand word post to read ever. There is just simply so much going on in the gardens these days. I’m getting back into my rhythm again
Things are starting to happen fast and furious in the garden these days. The amount of growth that has taken place in just the last week is quite remarkable. The early spring has definitely made a difference in how far
The area of the garden I’ve started to call “the salad bowl” is really filling in with several plantings of spinach, lettuces, pea shoots, radishes, and mesclun mix. Between the greens from thinning out a few beets and radishes, and
The rain may have done a number on the rhubarb, but the peas are loving it! If they keep growing at this rate, they’ll be half way up the fence in no time.
For well over a week now, I have been meaning to post an update on this year’s garden plans. With the weather this spring being somewhat uncooperative (especially on weekends), both the gardening and the yard projects seem to be coming together in